Cheddar can not get 100k votes in the general elections – Miracles Aboagye

Dennis Miracles Aboagye, the director of communications for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) 2024 Campaign, has expressed doubts about Nana Kwame Bediako (Cheddar), the leader and founder of the New Force Movement, having any real influence in the general election that is scheduled for December 7.

He asserts that Ghana is more than just Accra and claims that none of the political parties belonging to the “third force” can win 100,000 votes in the upcoming election.

The public has come to love the leader of the New Force Movement ever since he announced that he would run as an independent for president in 2024.


Cheddar, a businessman as well, has declared that if elected president of Ghana, he wants to create a million millionaires there. Additionally, he has pledged to set out on rigorous industrialization if elected.

He has since been touring the country and the media, conveying his message and vision for Ghanaians.

However, the NPP Communicator maintained that contesting a general election in Ghana is a serious business with significant investment and momentum sustained over a long time.

He told Giovanni Caleb on 3FM on Tuesday, June 18, 2024.

“The country has several areas that need to be addressed. You analyze it and determine which aspect of it you believe is working for you and which aspect isn’t working for you to make your decision.

“Let’s also accept that Ghana is not Accra. And then let’s also understand that beyond the macroeconomy, everybody’s microeconomy is different. Our micro-economies are not the same,” he said.

Acknowledging the current economic conditions in the country under the NPP, Miracle Aboagye said the election is between Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia and former President John Dramani Mahama.

“The next election, predominantly the choice of Dr. Bawumia and former President John Mahama, that’s what we have. That’s the decision we have to make.”

Asked whether the third forces threatened the NPP, specifically the New Force Movement, he retorted, “None of them can even gather more than 100,000 votes… I doubt he [Chedda] can even get 100,000-vote.”

“Without any disrespect to them, to go into a national election is a big deal. You can’t jump into it in the middle of the day,” he added.

Meanwhile, he emphasized that the microeconomy is a determining factor going into the election, stressing that people living outside Accra would probably not experience the harsh economic situation compared to those in the big cities, who purchase almost 80 to 90 percent of their daily essentials.

Randy Osei Akoto

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